Thursday, October 2, 2008

Tagged by a friend:

"Five things you may not know about me or that is unique to me"

1. I was bit by a brown recluse spider my senior yr. in high school. (I believe worst damage could have been done if my father had not given me a priesthood blessing.) Skin and flesh becoming mushy spider food has painful meaning to me.

2. I can twirl a pen or pencil around my thumb. It is therapeutic to me now when I am sitting at a table with a pen, I feel I can process info better.

3. One of my favorite things to do (has been and probably will always be) is to come home from church, eat, read until my eyes are drowsy and then take a Sabbath nap. Big SMILE just thinking about that comfort. I missed this dearly when my children were younger and needed more supervision.

4. I served as a Relief Society President at Ricks. (this was where I truly learned that the Lord guides this church ~even at college~)

5. I have a photo graphic memory of words. I recently learned I can spell words backwards from memory. So give me your best shot!

I tag...everyone that wants to do this.


Megan said...

Are you sure you were only supposed to do five. The one I saw she did 7! I think I need to hear a few more unique things about you! Fun talking to you yesterday -Come visit me tomorrow and pick some apples with me!

The TAUFA'S said...

Brown recluse is a serious bite. It's amazing how the gospel has brought such insight into our lives.

Deborama said...

Scary, I heard about those spiders this year and saw pictures of a bite and it was discusting, did you take pictures? Photographic memory sound awesome! What color were my shoes last time you saw me? :)

ShaRee said...

Debbie, I wish I had a photographic memory, just for most words. I have noticed the older I get the more I struggle with recalling the words. Also I didn't take pictures of the bite, I should have! It was almost as gross as some of those pictures you see on the internet.

Brooke said...

I'm glad you enjoy Sundays so much, I need help in that area. Sometimes they seem like one of the hardest days!